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Windows 7: BSOD: ram, board or software?


03 Feb 2010   #1

win 7
 
 
BSOD: ram, board or software?

hi all,

i built a configuration 3 mounths ago and since i have various BSOD.
during first win 7 ultimate 64 installation, already i had some BSODs
i have got random BSOD and when win boots
during boot, after computer switched on always come noumerous and various BSOD, and i can't go to safe mode, can't use erlier image, and can't repair....unless i move the ram sticks a very little bit. but next switch on is the same procedure

i have also random BSOD when win is working...

i've already tried:
reinstall Windows 7
memtest 86+ (overnight, 0 errors)
upgrade bios F3->F5
adjust BIOS some different conformation
ram 1,5 V 0,750; 0,750 cl9
ram 1,6 V 0,800; 0,800 cl9
disable advanced cpu options
update softwares
changed memory (i got it from a friend, we changed)
i got a g-skill 1600 cl7 4gb(2x2gb) dc kit(manufactured for i5/i7), and for 19 days i had had only one crash (memory management)
but when i got my own modules they started with BSOD, and every day i have some crashes
BUT my memories worked good in my friend's computer (msi motherboard and somewhat amd athlon II)

i have cleaned registry and lost minidump files, therefore i have only a few dmp file...

here are some crash message:
memory management -often
pfn list corrupt -often
driver corrupted expool -rare
reference by a pointer -sometimes
page fault in non-paged area -sometimes
system service exception -often
bad pool header -often

i have no more idea, how to fix them....
i hope you have some...

thanks for the answers!!!

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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03 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Welcome!

We will need your DMP files to analyze. Please follow the instructions here: http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...d-problem.html

Thanks,
~JK
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Feb 2010   #3

win 7
 
 

i hope these data are enogh, because only a few minidump i have, i have cleaned the registry not long ago. and during the win boot process BSODs don't be registrated nowhere....

regards
My System SpecsSystem Spec
.


03 Feb 2010   #4

win7 ultimate / virtual box
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by crawshayi View Post
hi all,

i built a configuration 3 mounths ago and since i have various BSOD.
during first win 7 ultimate 64 installation, already i had some BSODs
i have got random BSOD and when win boots
during boot, after computer switched on always come noumerous and various BSOD, and i can't go to safe mode, can't use erlier image, and can't repair....unless i move the ram sticks a very little bit. but next switch on is the same procedure

i have also random BSOD when win is working...

i've already tried:
reinstall Windows 7
memtest 86+ (overnight, 0 errors)
upgrade bios F3->F5
adjust BIOS some different conformation
ram 1,5 V 0,750; 0,750 cl9
ram 1,6 V 0,800; 0,800 cl9
disable advanced cpu options
update softwares
changed memory (i got it from a friend, we changed)
i got a g-skill 1600 cl7 4gb(2x2gb) dc kit(manufactured for i5/i7), and for 19 days i had had only one crash (memory management)
but when i got my own modules they started with BSOD, and every day i have some crashes
BUT my memories worked good in my friend's computer (msi motherboard and somewhat amd athlon II)

i have cleaned registry and lost minidump files, therefore i have only a few dmp file...

here are some crash message:
memory management -often
pfn list corrupt -often
driver corrupted expool -rare
reference by a pointer -sometimes
page fault in non-paged area -sometimes
system service exception -often
bad pool header -often

i have no more idea, how to fix them....
i hope you have some...

thanks for the answers!!!
It's very likely you know your issue is ram given all the swopping around you have tried.

your spec says your using value ram which can often be a false saving, and if your going to use it you need to be 100% sure that your motherboard requirements are matched to the ram spec with error correction or not , latency timings, and voltage requirements
also value ram does not carry the guarantees you get with branded

when vendors sell branded ram it will be produced with lower quality components and the quality will vary with the current price of metals that are used by the semiconductors , so very difficult to match if you later add more ram

Buying value ram after you found Gskill ram worked well was probably not a good call

Gigabyte have a list of supported ram found here , I suggest get yourself something off that list and you will get something that is made to match the motherboard for voltages and ram timings set in the bios

your friends motherboard may be more tolerant of your value rams requirements

do you know the spec of your value ram ?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Feb 2010   #5

win 7
 
 

thanks for the answers!

we changed ram modules with my friend to detect that my rams(geil) are bad or maybe the motherboard, but after the 19 days i had to give them(g-skill) back to my friend.
yes, i think i buy a g-skill ram ...

thanks

regards
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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